Francis M. Boyer's answer The liability depends on the acts, or failure to act of that director. Simply put, being a director does not per se, make that director personally liable for the debts of the company. However, there many exceptions to this and a director can be held personally liable.
Francis M. Boyer's answer Nothing more than your business name, an address and the description of what you are invoicing, but this is not the best practice. YOu should have terms and conditions. Quite frankly, these should be on the intake orders if you have that type of business.
Francis M. Boyer's answer Well, this should be the equipment or other items that you are placing a lien on...Ask the salespersons, they will not let you get hold of the equipment wihtout having pprotected themselves.
Francis M. Boyer's answer If he is only in jail for a few days, yes. Your question lacks specifics. You also will need him to have financial resources to support you, or have other people to be able to support you.
Francis M. Boyer's answer Indeed the State owns the water, at least up until a certain level. If you build a pier, meaning after obtaining a permit for building it on your land an extending into the river or sea, you can kee people off that very pier.
Francis M. Boyer's answer Often times you will have to hire some investigative services for that because you do indeed need a bank's name. Otherwise, you can do a Motion for Post-Judgment and force financial discovery.
Francis M. Boyer's answer A writ of garnishment will do you no good if you do not have a list of assets. Homes, land, cars, or a job? Also look at what has a mortgage on it, what cannot be seized by law because of exemptions before you spend money $188 for a writ, plus $100 court registry, and a process server and some more time on this.
Francis M. Boyer's answer Well, one for the COurt, one copy to the debtor, one copy for the Garnishee (employer, bank etc...) but you need to serve this on the garnishee with a process server and place the $100 with the court for their fees in responding to your motion to garnish. Be also careful t oattach the list of exemptions the debtor could claim under the law.
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